Despite their divorce eight years ago, it seems Katie Price still sees Peter Andre as ‘the one who got away’.
Not only has the mum-of-five talked about her regrets when it comes to her messy divorce from pop-star Peter [READ MORE], but the former glamour model has also now revealed that Peter is still the main beneficiary of her will.
The 38-year-old made the shocking revelations during an appearance on Loose Women. In a surprise twist to a discussion on wills, Katie revealed that in the event of her death Peter would get ‘everything’, along with their two children Junior and Princess, as well as Katie’s eldest son Harvey.
Katie hasn’t changed her will since she split with Pete, and despite both of them re-marrying. Katie to Alex Reid, and then to Kieran Hayler. Peter Andre married Emily Macdonagh in July 2015.
So, Katie’s revelation about her will is likely to come as a shock to Peter too.
“Talking of wills,” Katie said, “Pete would get everything and Junior, Princess and Harvey, I haven’t even changed my will thinking about it, and I’ve been married twice since Pete!”
Chatting on Loose Women previously, Katie revealed that she actually never wanted to divorce Peter. The star suggested that it was only because, “certain people” got involved that the pair ended up splitting in such bitter circumstances.
“I wanted to be with him,” the 37-year-old, mum-of-five revealed. “We’ve never spoken about it because certain people got involved. We would [still] be together now.”
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More Katie Price news: Katie reveals she’s already planned her own FUNERAL!
On the morbid subject of her own death, Katie also went on to discuss her ideas for her funeral during the Loose Women show. She shared, “I want a carriage, six or 12 black horses, I’ll even sing at it, I’ll pre-record it!”
“I want a crystal coffin. And here’s a little business plan I’m thinking about bringing out crystallised coffins.”
“But people should get organised because there’s so much for the family to organise and they’re already grieving. Getting your funeral organised is a good thing.”